Acceptable Technology Use Policy
Acceptable Use Policy refers to a legal document which is created by school systems to outline student guidelines and behavioral expectations when using technology in the classroom. An Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) may include website and intranet policy, student use of personal electronic device policy, and a cyberbullying prevention policy. For this reason, it is important that teachers are aware and familiar with these expectations.
Below are examples of an Acceptable Use Policy for students and parents to sign:
M.D. Roblyer, Joan E. Hughes. Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching. Transforming Learning Across Disciplines. 8th ed. NY, NY: Pearson Education, Inc. 2010
Accesptable Use of Policy - https://educatorpages.com/site/uwaG3/pages/policies
K-2 Technology Acceptable Use of technology - http://school.stjosephlnk.org/forms/k-2-technology-acceptable-use-policy/
Paarent Information Portal - Acceptable Use of Technology - https://www.shenry.k12.in.us/Page/1214